Trustees Take Office

MARIO CESAR MARTINS DE CAMARGO Mario Cesar was president of Grafica Bandeirantes and is now a consultant to the print sector in Brazil. He served as director and president of ABIGRAF Brazil for eight years, president of Sindigraf São Paulo for six years, vice

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Saving them from sex slavery

The difference between percep- tion and reality, one of the great challenges that Rotary India has been battling with, was conveyed when Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Sanjay Gandhi disclosed at a Rotary meet in Delhi, “There was a time when I used to

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Listening to your Body

Eat well now because you won’t get anything till lunch time,” I overheard a mother tell her 10-year old who was insisting she was ‘full’ after eating just a little some- thing for breakfast. The little one had been lazing around, not too much of physical activity, so clearly, she wasn’t too hungry.

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Hope after Fire

Fire accident survivors often find themselves in an unimaginable hell — disfigured and deformed, they battle depression on one side and societal rejection on the other. Not to mention the fight for earning a sim- ple livelihood. No surprise, therefore, that many of them wish that they had died rather than survived the fire accident.

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Israel Charms Pune Rotarians

Going to Israel?” Are you mad? Do you want to get killed? These were the comments we heard when we decided to make a trip to Israel with Rotary friends. Israel is not a popular tourist destination for Indians but despite the present turmoil in Middle-East from Yemen to Algeria and Libya to Nigeria, we,

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